GWINNETT COUNTY, Ga. - A Gwinnett County fast food restaurant not only failed two consecutive health inspections, it did worse on the re-inspection.
The Burger King on Centerville Highway in Snellville got a score of 54 Thursday. The restaurant scored a 65 on Oct. 7.
One regular customer told Channel 2 Action News that the service used to be really good, but he noticed recently it had gone downhill.
In February, the Burger King got a 94 on a health inspection.
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Violations in the latest inspection included a black mold-like substance in the top interior portion of the ice machine, Parmesan cheese and tomatoes kept too long on the prep line and the current inspection score not on display.
Learning of the two recent failures, customer Franklin Boulware returned his milk shake.
Boulware says he and his wife take health inspections very seriously.
No one with management at the Burger King restaurant would talk to Channel 2 about the recent inspections.
Channel 2’s Carol Sbarge reached out to the Burger King corporate offices and is waiting for a response.
One customer says he’s hoping thea eatery turns things around and gets back to scores in the 90s. He says he enjoys the convenience of this restaurant.
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